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Publications and conference proceedings :

Nicholls, K., Earl, J.M., Kahn, L.P., Lovett, A. and Price, P. (2007) Planned Grazing. Land, Water & Wool Publication.

Kahn, L.P. (2006) Managing the balance: production, landscape function, profit and consumption. Landcare Farming Forum, Grafton, NSW.

Kahn, L.P. and Earl, J.M. (2005, 2006). Pasture Management Checklist for the Northern Tablelands of NSW. University of New England, Armidale, NSW.

Kahn, L.P., Nicholls, M., Earl, J.M. and Nicholls, K. (2005) Successful research with local farmers to improve native grasslands. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 12, 62-64.

Kahn, L.P., Earl, J.M. and Nicholls, M. (2005) Planning as a tool to improve production and function of grasslands in the mid-north of South Australia. Proceedings of the Stipa Conference, Burra, South Australia.

Kahn, L., Heard, B. and Whalley, W. (2003). Pasture plants of the slopes and tablelands of NSW: A guide to the recognition and attributes of 70 plants. (Second Edition). University of New England, Armidale, NSW.

Earl, J.M., Kahn, L.P. and Nicholls, M. (2003) Changes in grassland composition with grazing management in the mid-north of South Australia: continuous, rotational and pulse grazing. Proceedings of the Stipa Conference, Cooma, NSW.

Kahn, L.P., Earl, J.M. and Nicholls, M. (2003) Productivity of native grasslands in the mid-north of South Australia. Proceedings of the Stipa Conference, Cooma, NSW.

Kahn, L and Heard, B. (1998). Pasture plants of the slopes and tablelands of NSW: A guide to the recognition and attributes of 70 plants. (First Edition). Department of Land and Water Conservation, Armidale, NSW.

Earl, JM. (1998) The role of grazing management on the functioning of pasture ecosystems. PhD Thesis, University of New England, Armidale.

Earl J.M. (1997) The benefits of increasing defoliation interval. Proceedings of the Twelfth Animal Conference of the Grassland Society of NSW, Armidale NSW pp. 143-145

Earl, J.M. (1996) A comparison of the effects of cell grazing and continuous grazing on the botanical composition. Proceedings of the Ninth Biennial Conference of the Australian Rangeland Society, Pt. Augusta S.A. pp. 56-59

Earl, J.M. and Jones, C.E. (1996) The need for a new approach to grazing management – is cell grazing the answer? The Rangeland Journal, 18, 327-350

Earl, J.,M. and Jones C.E. (1995) Species contribution to the pasture biomass under different grazing systems. Proceedings of the Tenth Annual conference of the grassland Society of NSW, Armidale NSW p. 87

Earl, J.M. and Jones C.E. (1995) Germinable seed banks in different pasture types. Proceedings of the Ecological Society of Australia Conference, Hobart Tas. p 37

Earl, J.M., Whalley, R.D.B. and Jones, C.E. (1994) Variation in the components of seed yield and germination requirements among three accessions of Microleaena stipoides. Proceedings of the Eighth Biennial Conference of the Australian Rangeland Society, Katherine NT pp 179-180.

Earl J.M. and Jones C.E. (1994) Comparative effects of time control and conventional grazing on botanical composition, soil physical and chemical properties and levels of biological activity. Proceedings of the Eighth Biennial Conference of the Australian Rangeland Society. Katherine NT pp 209-210.